If you didn’t get that title reference, you probably live under a rock or something. But this post has nothing to do with Drake. It’s about how sleeping alone is better than sharing a bed. Unless you’re sharing it with a doggo then none of this applies, because dogs are the best.
Sure, sleeping with your significant other is cute, for a couple of hours at most. The cuddles, the kisses, the warmth of their body against yours is great, don’t get us wrong. Except the part where you wake up in a pool of sweat, from all that body heat. Also, think about all that bed space that could be all yours! You’ve only got a few sleeping positions to go through when sharing a bed with someone. You have to stay on ‘your side of the bed’ while they stay on theirs. Alone, you can sprawl out like a starfish, taking up the entire bed, fully naked, with your face buried into the pillow. Bonus: no one’s breathing into your face. The only morning breath you have to deal with is your own.
You can also be super selfish with the blankets, because there’s no one to play tug of war with in the middle of the night. No more will you have to wake up to a freezing leg and arm because your significant other pulled the blankets closer to their side. Sleeping alone means you can sleep in burrito form uninterrupted!
The number one annoying thing when sleeping with someone is having them wake you up from your amazing slumber and ruining that awesome dream. They may have an alarm set for the morning, while you’ve got nowhere to be, yet you’re still forced to wake up when they do. When you sleep alone, no one is judging you if you stay in bed past noon.
So, if you’re recently single or your significant other is away somewhere, don’t sweat it. Enjoy it. Take advantage of the space and solitude! Sprawl out like a starfish and get ready for the best sleep of your life. If you’re in need of a bed upgrade, use code SPLITSVILLE for 50% off a twin size mattress.